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AT&T Recognizes Sustainable Suppliers

AT&T recognized six of its suppliers for their contributions to company sustainability. They are: Bloom Energy, Hitachi Consulting, Cass Information, BSR, and Precision Container and Genco. AT&T says recipients exemplified extraordinary efforts in promoting sustainability achievements over the course of 2013 in the areas of alternative energy, energy efficiency, process … Read more »

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Fuel Cells Power eBay Data Center

eBay launched a new data center in Salt Lake City, Utah, notable for the fact that it will be powered by 30 fuel cells. Bloom Energy Servers are the primary, on-site power source for the newest data center, according to eBay’s blog. The online auction company expects the Bloom Energy … Read more »

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Verizon Chooses Bloom Energy Fuel Cells

Verizon is installing Bloom Energy fuel cell systems at three of its California-based locations: two call-switching centers in Los Angeles and San Francisco and a data center in San Jose. Bloom Energy’s solid oxide fuel cells are expected to generate more than 16 million kWh each year. Read more at … Read more »

AT&T Becomes Bloom Energy’s Largest Corporate Customer

AT&T announced plans to more than double its contract with Bloom Energy and add another 9.6 MW of fuel cell power. The fuel cell installations will bring AT&T’s total to 17.1 MW spread over 28 sites, including data centers, in California and Connecticut, making the communications company the largest non-utility … Read more »

Fuel Cell Shipments Will Triple This Year, Review Says

Fuel Cell Shipments Will Triple This Year, Review Says

Last year was the most successful year to date in the history of fuel cells with annual megawatts shipped exceeding 100 MW, according to the Fuel Cell Industry Review 2012. The report says annual fuel cell system shipments (excluding toys and education kits) in 2011 were 24,600 — growing by … Read more »

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